The Scottish Government has been accused of making a “political decision” in denying Aberdeen hundreds of civil service jobs.
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The Scottish Government is looking to ban fracking with “immediate effect”.
Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse is expected to make an announcement on the future of fracking in Scotland later today.
Aberdeenshire West MSP Alexander Burnett should be banned from submitting parliamentary questions, Holyrood's standards committee has recommended.
A Labour MSP has criticised a Scottish Government minister who controversially called for a new tax on campervans to be introduced in the Western Isles.
Labour, Green and Lib Dem MSPs have voted in favour of tax rises to fund extra spending on public services like the NHS and schools.
Aberdeenshire West MSP Alexander Burnett has been admonished for failing to declare business interests in parliamentary questions.
Anas Sarwar has pledged a woman will always hold one of two deputy leader positions in Scottish Labour.
Scottish leadership candidate Anas Sarwar has gained the backing of two north MSPs and a dozen others a day after announcing he would stand.
More than 50 surgical staff have signed a letter outlining how Raigmore’s radiology department is in crisis.
Green energy schemes, an income tax review and a plan to tackle homelessness were among the key features of Nicola Sturgeon’s “fresh, bold and ambitious” programme for government.
Plans to transform the A9 into Scotland’s first “electric highway” have been revealed by the Scottish Government.
A north-east MSP has expressed concerns over the provision of mental health support in the region, despite short-term successes.
Education Secretary John Swinney has admitted there are “challenges” recruiting teachers as he confirmed there are almost 700 vacancies in Scotland’s schools.
The Scottish Government and others must be more ambitious in a bid to help Scotland achieve its immense economic potential, Nicola Sturgeon is expected to say.
Maintaining Scottish Labour’s tradition of diversity is at least as important as close allegiance to Jeremy Corbyn in the party’s search for a new leader, a north-east MSP has suggested.
More than £125million was lost at fixed-odds betting terminals across the north and north-east between 2008 and 2016, according to new figures.
Kezia Dugdale has put an end to two turbulent years as leader of Scottish Labour, saying it is time to "pass on the baton" to someone else.
New research by the Scottish Conservatives has shown than more than 50,000 Scottish taxpayers are paying a higher rate of tax than they would in England.
A one-year delay on rates being charged for new buildings or extensions has been recommended by the Barclay review.
A major review has called for private schools, universities and council leisure facilities to be liable for Scottish business rates.
An Orkney MSP has claimed urgent steps must be taken to deal with delays for orthopaedic treatment for patients from the isles.
The legislation to formally remove the UK from the EU risks undermining environmental progress in the devolved nations, Scottish and Welsh ministers have warned.
New Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has blamed “quite serious deterioration” in Scottish education standards for the SNP’s “decline”.
New Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has described feeling a “sense of duty” to make the case against a hard Brexit, claiming the UK is “crying out for leadership of a moderate kind”.
The number of patients readmitted to NHS Grampian hospitals within two days of an being discharged early due to staff and bed shortages is three times the national average.
The fundraising efforts of the family of a late north-east MSP have been hailed at Holyrood.
More than 4,000 pupils from Scotland’s poorest communities will be going to university, officials have confirmed.
There will be tears today as envelopes and text messages containing long-awaited exam results are opened - whether of happiness, disappointment or just relief that this rite of passage is now over.
Transport bosses have refused to reveal full details of secret talks over A90 average speed cameras just weeks before they go live - sparking questions about the justification for the £2million scheme.
Nurses in the north and north-east could still be owed millions of pounds in backdated holiday pay, it has emerged.
When the recent oil price crash hit the north-east, thousands of Scots were suddenly left without work.